Dropbox is a free cloud storage service that lets you save all your files – photos, documents, videos and more – all in one place and reach them from anywhere. Save your files directly from your email attachments to save time. Read, manage and edit your docs easily, flip through your albums, save photos, videos, docs or any file to your Dropbox and share them with friends or coworkers. Even if you lose your Android, your files are always safe on Dropbox. You get 2GB of free storage just for signing up, and can earn up to 16GB of extra space for doing simple things like referring friends. The Dropbox 3.0.4 APK file is available to download here:
Dropbox is probably the number 1 standalone cloud storage system, and can even hold its own compared to integrated cloud storage apps like Google Drive and One Drive. The free Dropbox storage application for Android is a great way to sync all of your documents, photos and more across all of your devices and be able to access them from any computer or device with internet access. The latest Dropbox 126.96.36.199 APK update is available to download to your Android smartphone or tablet right now using the link below. This latest version of Dropbox for Android contains performance improvements and bug fixes.
How to install Dropbox 188.8.131.52 APK
Installing the updated Dropbox APK file is as easy as downloading the file to your Android device, opening it, and following the on screen instructions to complete the installation. However, if you have never done a manual APK install on this device before, you’ll have to modify your security settings to allow the installation first. Go to your device’s settings, and go to “Security” under the “General” tab. Scroll down until you find the option “Unknown sources”, and make sure the box next to it is checked off. Without this box checked, your Android device will think you’re installing an unsafe application because it’s not coming from the Play Store. As soon as the box is checked, you’re good to go ahead and install the Dropbox APK.